Bill Marimow, Cub Reporter

The Inky editor has been demoted — with extreme prejudice. Plus: Obama practically lives here now, the Flyers win their opener, and more of what the city's talking about this morning

Two-Time Pulitzer Winner Out as Inquirer Editor. The paper’s new management says Bill Marimow, 63, doesn’t have the requisite digital media background. In as acting editor: 48-year-old Stan Wischnowski. [Inquirer]

Obama and Biden to Rally in Germantown on Sunday. Really, the prez should just pony up for a floor in Liberty Two and be done with it. [Inquirer]

Flyers Foul the Penguins’ New Nest. It was a 3-2 win for our guys in the first-ever game at Pittsburgh’s new arena. [The 700 Level]

Frankie Flowers’s Daughters Say Cops Got Rough. Two daughters of deceased mobster Frank “Frankie Flowers” D’Alfonso allege that police knocked them around during a 4 a.m. search of their house last Saturday. [Daily News]

“Mentally Challenged” Northeast Teen Dies After Taser Hit. An 18-year-old — who relatives say had a mental age of 5 — died yesterday after police tased him during a tantrum. [6 ABC]

Ex-Cop State Rep Suing Cops. Jewell Williams, who represents parts of North and Northwest Philly in the state House, has filed civil lawsuits against the city and two police officers over a 2009 incident in which he was handcuffed after trying to help two elderly constituents during a traffic stop. [Daily News]